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FOX News
Jul 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
to it. such as the korean government, the asian airline, the airport authority, the federal aviation administration. bowi boeing and maybe a few others and then they will break into teams, such as a operational team, a human factors team, systems structures and so forth. and those teams will have to be run by ntsb group chairman and they will have people from the faa and all the other parties i said on them. and those teams will work independently, each day, and at the end of each day, they will have a progress meeting with the group chairman and they will share what the team did or didn't do and what they plan on doing. and this is how the investigation is run and the facts will start to come out. and two days, five days, two weeks, five weeks, they will be finished with it. >> and frank, we have been hearing all day about that glide slope that the pilots did not have that was broken. can you tell us how important that will be in the investigation? is that something that they will be focusing on first? >> well, i would not think so. because i heard when i was listening before, someo
FOX News
Jul 6, 2013 7:00pm PDT
of all associated government agencies and to facilitate the cooperation that has been established and set up an emergency response center at its headquarters. i believe that would be at its headquarters in seoul. it's also concerned about the nationality breakdown and who precisely was on board and what classes. of course, we know there were 291 passengers on board, 91 in business class. you can see one of the big holes burned through the roof of the plane, the top side of the plane. 272 people were in economy, and you can see from -- you see from the pictures, you know, almost half the economy section had the ceiling burned out there. so that a lot of people would have been affected by smoke inhalation. 61 of the people on board were u.s. citizens. 77 were koreans, 141 were chinese and there was one japanese citizen on board. asiana has 12 of the triple 7s in the fleet, and the fleet has a low record of incidents when it comes to the 777, just five note worthy incidents in the past 20 years. there were two bad ones, 70 passengers in total claimed in both of those. one crashed in bad weat
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